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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 517d ago | review

MTV- Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review

MTV:No matter how you look at it, "Luigi's Mansion" was an anomaly, especially for a company like Nintendo. From creating a spooky game, to having it star the lesser-known Mario brother, there were a lot of things that were different about it, yet it still managed to make its way into the launch line-up for the GameCube back in 2001. Having sold 2.5 million copies over the life of the console, Nintendo's experiment with giving Luigi his own game certainly seemed to work out, but it still took 12 years for the man in green to get a sequel. "Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon" is the much anticipated follow-up to Luigi's first, and only, starring role, and much to our hero's dismay, he's heading back to the haunted mansions to bust some more ghosts. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) -

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